IfG in the news

23rd October 2019
Joe Owen, IfG Programme Director, says the government's timetable for the Withdrawal Agreement Bill means there is very little time for proper scrutiny of the legislation. 
22nd October 2019
Financial Times piece on the key points in the Withdrawal Agreement Bill. Quotes Raphael Hogarth, IfG Research Associate, who says the ERG's stance on the divorce bill seems to have softened.
22nd October 2019
Piece by Dr Hannah White, IfG Deputy Director, in The Times Red Box. 
22nd October 2019
If Parliament wants to take back control, it should care about what the Withdrawal Agreement Bill doesn’t say, as well as what it does, writes Joe Marshall, IfG Researcher. 
22nd October 2019
Raphael Hogarth, IfG Research Associate, explains the constitutional significance of the Withdrawal Agreement Bill and the parliamentary challenge facing the PM in getting the legislation through Parliament by 31 October.
22nd October 2019
Joe Owen, IfG Programme Director, speaks to BBC News about the latest Brexit developments as MPs prepare to debate a programme motion for the Withdrawal Agreement Bill. 
22nd October 2019
Huffington Post piece on the vote on the timetable for the Withdrawal Agreement Bill. Quotes from Dr Hannah White's comment piece. 
22nd October 2019
The Washington Post quotes Dr Hannah White's latest comment piece on the government's timetable for the Withdrawal Agreement Bill. 
22nd October 2019
Raphael Hogarth, IfG Research Associate, explains what tonight's votes on the Withdrawal Agreement Bill mean for Brexit. 
22nd October 2019
Maddy Thimont Jack, IfG Senior Researcher, says the Withdrawal Agreement Bill doesn't give us much detail about how certain parts of the deal will actually work on the ground.
21st October 2019
Bronwen Maddox, IfG Director, gives her take on the latest Brexit developments, the chances of the prime minister's deal being passed by 31 October, and the big battles still to come in Parliament
21st October 2019
Dr Alice Lilly, IfG Senior Researcher, speaks to BBC Breakfast about what might happen in Parliament this week and whether the government will be able to hold another meaningful vote on its Brexit deal.
21st October 2019
Bronwen Maddox, IfG Director, talks to BBC News about the next steps for the government after the Speaker of the House of Commons ruled out another meaningful vote
21st October 2019
Dr Hannah White, IfG Deputy Director, discusses the likelihood of the Speaker allowing the government to have another meaningful vote on its Brexit deal (listen from 53:45). 
21st October 2019
Bronwen Maddox, IfG Director, talks to Sky News about the government's attempt to hold another meaningful vote on its Brexit deal.
19th October 2019
The PM has sent an unsigned letter to the EU requesting an extension to Brexit. Georgina Wright, IfG Senior Researcher, chats to Sky News about what the EU could decide.
18th October 2019
Joe Marshall, IfG Researcher, explains what happens if the government is defeated on the Queen's Speech.
17th October 2019
Georgina Wright, IfG Senior Researcher, explains what is in the prime minister's new Brexit deal - and how different it is from the deal negotiated by Theresa May. 
1st October 2019
Maddy Thimont Jack, IfG Senior Researcher, speaks to the Today programme about how the prime minister might try to get around the Benn Act (listen from 53:00). 
30th September 2019
The civil service has done an excellent job since power-sharing talks collapsed but the situation cannot endure, write Jill Rutter and Jess Sargeant. 
25th September 2019
Dr Hannah White, IfG Deputy Director, writes in The Times Red Box about the enormity of the Supreme Court's decision that the suspension of Parliament was unlawful. 
25th September 2019
Bronwen Maddox, IfG Director, considers what MPs' next move will be as they return to Parliament following the Supreme Court's decision that prorogation was unlawful. 
24th September 2019
Dr Catherine Haddon, IfG Senior Fellow, discusses the enormity of the Supreme Court's decision that prorogation was unlawful and whether anything changes.
24th September 2019
The next two weeks in Parliament could well see a return to the frenetic and fraught atmosphere we saw before it was unlawfully prorogued, writes Dr Catherine Haddon, IfG Senior Fellow. 
24th September 2019
Dr Hannah White, IfG Deputy Director, speaks to BBC News about the enormity of the Supreme Court's ruling that the prorogation of Parliament was unlawful. 

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